Harold Lloyd Virtual Reality Museum

The Harold Lloyd Stereoscopic VR Museum

Visit this one-of-a-kind museum, exclusive to virtual reality platforms! LOOT Interactive and Harold Lloyd Entertainment are building a virtual museum dedicated to displaying Harold’s stereoscopic archive. 
Travel back in time to the Golden Era of Hollywood and visit many countries all around the world through Harold’s lenses. We are show casing the Harold Lloyd VR Museum November 11-14 with a preview event on the 10th at the AFI Film Festival.

The VR Museum, which is in construction, currently offers:  
- Overview video showcasing Harold’s genius achievements, famous scenes and how he felt in love with 3D.
- Restored scene of Safety Last (1932) in stereoscopic HD and color.
- Harold Lloyd, the Third Genius documentary.
- Interviews, awards and more
Experience select stereoscopic images captured by Harold Lloyd using the Stereo Realist.:

              - 3D pictures of Marilyn Monroe while shooting for “How To Catch A Millionaire” at Harold Lloyd’s mansion Greenacres. 
              - 3D pictures of Marilyn Monroe shoot for LIFE magazine (1952) cover at her Beverly Hills apartment.
              - 3D pictures of Disneyland’s First Day (1955). 
              - 3D pictures of Hollywood Celebrities with Harold at his mansion and all around the world.








100 Years Of Harold Lloyd's Glass Character



2017 marks 100 years since the first appearance of the Glass Character, Harold Lloyd's most memorable comic persona and the star of his greatest shorts and features. To mark the occasion, we'll be celebrating the centenary on big and small screens around the world.

In donning a humble pair of spectacles, Lloyd added another dimension to an already successful career and secured his place in the pantheon of great silent comedians alongside the likes of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. The development of the Glass Character would see Lloyd make the bold move to shed the Lonesome Luke persona, and his Chaplin-esque trappings, that had secured his popularity from 1915-1917 and create a style all of his own.  See Full Article BY Park Circus




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